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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group The Political Bible of Little Known Facts in American Politics
"  Big Day: Lyndon B. Johnson died on January 22nd, 1973, the same day the U.S. Supreme Court handed down the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.  This ruling allowed a woman the right to terminate her pregnancy until the fetus is…"
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"September 14, 1901 – President William McKinley dies of wounds suffered from being shot by Anarchist Leon Frank Czolgosz at the Pan-American exposition in Buffalo, New York."
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group The Political Bible of Little Known Facts in American Politics
"The Origins of the 1st Pitch: At the beginning of a baseball game between the Washington Senators and the Philadelphia Athletics on April 14, 1910 at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C., umpire Billy Evans handed a baseball…"
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"September 12, 1960 – In an Address to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association, in Houston, Texas, Democratic Presidential nominee John F. Kennedy declares: “I am not the Catholic candidate for President. I am the Democratic…"
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group The Political Bible of Little Known Facts in American Politics
"The Spears Doctrine:  During a 2003 interview, CNN’S Tucker Carlson asked pop star Britney Spears for her opinion on U.S. involvement in the Iraq War.  Spears’ response was: “Honestly, I think we should just trust…"
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"September 10, 1608 – English colonist John Smith is elected President of the governing council of Jamestown, Virginia."
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Contrary to "Progressive Belief," Obama Has Not Departed From his Campaign Rhetoric

There is disenchantment on the left with Barack Obama. Many progressives agree with sentiment recently expressed by Professor Cornell West, a professor at the Union Theological Seminary, who recently told Salon Magazine: "He posed as a progressive and turned out to be counterfeit. We ended up with a Wall…See More
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group The Political Bible of Little Known Facts in American Politics
"Secular Representatives: A New York Sun survey from 2007 found seven members of the U.S. House of Representatives not affiliated with a religion. The seven included then U.S. Representative Neil Abercrombie (D-HI, now Governor of…"
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"  September 8, 1974 – President Gerald Ford issues Proclamation 4311, granting his Predecessor, Richard M. Nixon, a “full, free, and absolute pardon” for crimes he committed or may have committed as President. "
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group The Political Bible of Little Known Facts in American Politics
"21-year-old First Lady: The youngest First Lady in American history was Frances Folsom Cleveland.  In 1885, when she was just 21 years old, she married President Grover Cleveland in the White House. President Cleveland was 49 at the…"
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"September 6, 1901 – Anarchist Leon Frank Czolgosz shoots President William McKinley at the Pan-American exposition in Buffalo, New York.  McKinley dies eight days later."
Sep 6
Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group The Political Bible of Little Known Facts in American Politics
"Former President’s Son goes Local, Real Local: Francis Grover Cleveland, the son of Grover Cleveland, was a Selectman in Tansworth, New Hampshire. President Cleveland built a summer home in Tansworth for his retirement.  Tansworth…"
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"September 5, 1774 – Peyton Randolph becomes the first President of the Continental Congress. "
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group The Political Bible of Little Known Facts in American Politics
"Baby Ruth Candy Bar not Named for “The Babe:” The candy bar: “Baby Ruth” is named in memory of Ruth Cleveland, who was the daughter of former President Grover Cleveland.  Ruth Cleveland died at age 13 of diphtheria."
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group This Date in American Political History
"September 3, 1783 – The Treaty of Paris is signed by Great Brittan and the U.S, ending the American Revolutionary War and giving the U.S. territories their independence."
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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group The Political Bible of Little Known Facts in American Politics
"It seemed like a Good Idea at the Time: In 1884, Presidential candidate Grover Cleveland endorsed the concept of one four-year term limit for Presidents.  However, in 1888 President Cleveland ran for re-election."
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